Fritz Springmeier on The Rundown Live #76

“I dedicated my life to Christ and to peace and to obeying the Bible.” – Fritz Springmeier (The Rundown Live, 8/8/13) Fritz Springmeier was the guest for #76 of The Rundown Live with Mike Paczesny & Kristan T. Harris. “Back in 1975,” Springmeier told the two hosts, “I realized how corrupt this whole system is. […]

US Coast Guard Creates ‘Protest-Free Zone’ in Alaska Oil Drilling Zone

  (COMMON DREAMS)   The United States Coast Guard will establish and enforce “a 500-meter safety zone” around the Shell Oil Company’s drilling vessel Noble Discoverer as it drills exploratory offshore wells in the sensitive Arctic waters off the coast of Alaska beginning this July. In documents just obtained by Cryptome, the USCG says that “request for the temporary safety […]

Oil industry opened the checkbooks to influence Alaska legislators

ShareThis Oil industry opened the checkbooks to influence Alaska legislators 30 May 2012 The oil industry spent more than $ 1 million lobbying in Alaska as it tried to lower state oil taxes this year, including a $ 3,120 dinner in Washington, D.C., when the Alaska Legislature shut down for lawmakers’ “Energy Break” trip to […]

Husband & Wife Photo Team Embark On A 7,000 Mile Self Reliant Alaska Adventure

Press Release May 11, 2012 Outdoor enthusiasts and photographers Nick and Alissa Richardson are turning to the internet to raise funds for their newest project, an off the grid photo excursion that will take them from Las Vegas, NV to the Arctic Circle in Alaska and back in approximately 28 days. The project will take […]

Air Force cover-up? Family of deceased pilot cries foul

The US Defense Department says they have “clear and convincing evidence” that pilot Jeff Haney caused the crash of a stealth F-22 Raptor jet in 2010 that ended his life. His family, however, suggests that the Pentagon isn’t providing the truth. Captain Haney was killed a year and a half ago while onboard one of […]

Marine Die-Offs, Polar Bears Losing Fur, and Sick Animals in Alaska As Radiation Hits West Coast

Alexander Higgins | Marine and land life in Alaska are being sickened and dieing off from an unknown causes as a wave of Fukushima nuclear radiation heads toward the coast of California.              

Polar Bears in Alaska Observed with Patchy Hair Loss and other Skin Lesions

ShareThis Polar Bears in Alaska Observed with Patchy Hair Loss and other Skin Lesions 06 Apr 2012 In the past two weeks, 9 polar bears in the southern Beaufort Sea region near Barrow were observed with alopecia, or loss of fur, and other skin lesions. The animals were otherwise healthy in appearance and behavior. The […]

Diseased seals in Alaska tested for Fukushima radiation

ShareThis Diseased seals in Alaska tested for Fukushima radiation 28 Dec 2011 Scientists in Alaska are investigating whether local seals are being sickened by radiation from Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear plant. Scores of ring seals have washed up on Alaska’s Arctic coastline since July, suffering or killed by a mysterious disease marked by bleeding lesions […]